Saturday, May 30, 2020

Peace Be With You

Kindred,

In every Age, there are times of crisis, tragedy and injustice.

Early Christians faced grave  persecution.  

Eleven of twelve the Apostle martyred for simply believing in the Prince of Peace.

Jesus Christ crucified for teaching the Word.  

From the times of slavery into the fight for civil rights and even today, countless counts of senseless crimes against humanity were committed against good people, decent people, peace loving people, with every right to be treated with respect, honor and dignity.

As we live through our Age, our triumphs and tragedies, and our fight for respect and justice, remember to do it in a way in which honors the Lord and the person you are honoring with your calls for justice.

Peace be with you.




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